In today’s business world, leaders are emerging at all ranks. The role of the leader is not exclusive to executive-level positions.
But being a great leader doesn’t have to mean going to management school.
You can emerge as an effective trailblazer in your office by being true to yourself and constantly learning from the information that is at your fingertips.
Start by watching these short lectures and embodying their lessons.
1. Carol Dweck: The Power of Believing That You Can Improve.
Unleash potential in yourself and in those you lead by encouraging a growth — rather than fixed — mindset.
In this talk, Dweck discusses the power of students receiving a “Not Yet” grade versus a failing grade — it increased their motivation and ability to succeed.
In another talk about mindset, Charlie Reeve found that employees with a growth mindset were constantly looking to adapt and to grow in their professional and personal worlds; they didn’t believe that their talents and futures were predetermined.
Think about how you can shift your mindset to be more growth oriented. Now, imagine the results if you helped your peers and employees shift their mindset as well.